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New bridge for bikes & pedestrians going in at Cocoplum Circle

September 14th, 2012 Written By Carol Pawley

After nearly four years in the planning stages, construction began in June 2012 and should be finished by the end of January 2013, according to the Miami-Dade Public Works and Waste Management Department. The bright red bridge – 162 feet long and 12 feet wide — was recently lowered into place. The Commodore Trail construction project will accommodate pedestrian and bicycle traffic crossing the Coral Gables Waterway at Cocoplum Circle in South Coral Gables and enhance public safety.

Instead of sharing the LeJeune Road bridge with vehicular traffic, runners, walkers and bicyclists will soon have their own safe crossing just east of LeJeune through the $715,000 project. In addition to the new bridge, there will also a new path connecting the bridge to a pathway along the perimeter of Ingraham Park. The project includes other improvements all along the Commodore Trail, such as resurfacing, some widening and new signs.

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